Feasibility of multi-scale integrated modeling of potential field data in complex tectonic settings
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نویسندگان
1عضو هیات علمی دانشگاه تهران
2دانشگاه تهران
چکیده
Gravity and magnetic data are the sum of the effects of all geological features in lateral and vertical extents. Accordingly, the differences between continental and oceanic settings are quite distinct in terms of their impact on the nature of the data and its processing workflow. Multi-scale integrated modeling is referred to the idea of breaking-down the model building procedure into several steps based on scale and different dataset. Through the use of various dataset with different depth sensitivities, the multi-scale integrated modeling approach is particularly feasible for complex tectonic settings where the signature of the regional structure is dominant in the data.
کلیدواژه ها
 
Title
Feasibility of multi-scale integrated modeling of potential field data in complex tectonic settings
Authors
Seyed-Hani Motavalli-Anbaran, Ali Jamasb
Abstract
Gravity and magnetic data are the sum of the effects of all geological features in lateral and vertical extents. Accordingly, the differences between continental and oceanic settings are quite distinct in terms of their impact on the nature of the data and its processing workflow. Multi-scale integrated modeling is referred to the idea of breaking-down the model building procedure into several steps based on scale and different dataset. Through the use of various dataset with different depth sensitivities, the multi-scale integrated modeling approach is particularly feasible for complex tectonic settings where the signature of the regional structure is dominant in the data.
Keywords
depth-to-basement, gravity modelling, magnetic modelling, integrated modelling